Nick Ciletti, KNXV

Nick Ciletti


Phoenix, AZ, United States

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Past articles by Nick:

How UArizona alum and first Black head basketball coach, 'The Fox', broke barriers

If you went to the University of Arizona, especially in the 70s and early 80s, not only did you know "The Fox," but you probably also saw him in action. → Read More

Valley couple says daughter's school is discriminating against them because they are gay

Hope Kirsch, an education attorney based in Scottsdale, who was also a teacher and administrator, says the law is actually on the school's side in this case. → Read More

How to spot fake sports merchandise

It's getting harder and harder to spot fake sports merchandise as the people producing these counterfeit goods are getting more clever. → Read More

Breaking barriers: The first Black students to integrate Chandler High School

When it comes to dismantling school segregation, there are key moments many of us think of, but years before any of that, there was a group of students in the Valley whose impact is undeniable. → Read More

Arizona Education Association President talks school choice, parent involvement, politics

School choice, parent involvement, politics in the classroom - in Part II of ABC15's interview with Arizona Education Association President Marisol Garcia, we talked about those topics and more. → Read More

Arizona Education Association President talks issues plaguing teachers, students across Arizona

Marisol Garcia, Arizona Education Association President, sits down with ABC15 about issues that are plaguing teachers and students the most across our state. → Read More

Mission 57 feeds Valley students to help them be at their best

A Valley school district is getting some help to make sure its students are able to start their day fully fueled. It's thanks in part to the Super Bowl Host Committee and several Valley organizations. → Read More

One-on-one with Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm about Arizona's energy resources

When it comes to renewable energy, Sec. Granholm says Arizona is a treasure trove that's only been partially discovered. → Read More

Final hours in office for Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez

As Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez prepares for his final day in office, he's opening up to ABC15 about what legacy he leaves behind for the Navajo people. → Read More

Valley student wins chance to recite Pledge of Allegiance on Inauguration Day

She entered a contest that was hosted by Governor Katie Hobbs' inaugural committee, asking for students to submit their original artwork following the theme, "An Arizona for Everyone." → Read More

Pawsitive Friendships pet therapy helps kids learn, grow and overcome fears at school

Pet therapy has become more popular in schools across the country. ABC15 recently followed a group called Pawsitive Friendships to see how it's changing lives and creating a true love for learning. → Read More

New benefits on the way for veterans exposed to burn pits, toxic substances

New benefits are on the way for veterans exposed to burn pits and other toxic substances. Congressman Ruben Gallego is hosting a town hall in Phoenix. → Read More

Dr. Fauci talks misinformation, what he would have done differently during COVID-19 pandemic

Dr. Anthony Fauci's tenure in public health is marked with major triumphs, but also controversy, especially as he was thrust into the middle of the political debate swirling around COVID-19. → Read More

Dr. Fauci talks with ABC15 about flu, COVID and vaccines

A triple threat of respiratory viruses is showing no signs of loosening its grip around the country and here in Arizona. → Read More

Valley coffee shop serves up hope and inclusion

It's the Valley cafe serving up more than just a cup of coffee. In fact, the founder of Spencer's Place in Surprise says her employees are changing lives. → Read More

Arizona Autism Charter Schools use hands-on approach to helping kids on the spectrum thrive

It's a hands-on approach to teaching kids who the rest of the world may see as different - but here at AZACS, they're all seen as gifted and special in their own way. → Read More

Surprise school hosts financial fitness exercise for students

Two students at Shadow Ridge High School are taking action for kids to make sure they are ready for whatever financial hurdles life throws at them. → Read More

Navajo Nation grad student designs water bottles to help provide water to community

A graduate student on the Navajo Nation has designed not just one, but two water bottles that are helping to provide more water resources for people there. → Read More

New program connects Valley high school students with career opportunities

For the past four months, Jose Barcenas has worked at Sanderson Ford in Glendale as a body technician - the perfect job for this teen with a dream. → Read More

More Latinas empowering one another, opening small businesses

As a first-generation Mexican American, Magaly Martinez Sanez is part of a growing trend of Latinas who are starting businesses. → Read More